Eastern facing side of the church. St John's was built using Sandstone from the banks of the Oak Orchard Creek in 1832. It was built in a Gothic Revival style of architecture. The local VFW can be seen as well as part of the Erie Canal. Route 31 runs along the front of the church.
Front view of the Boxwood Chapel at the entrance to the cemetery. Built in 1903 using mostly brown Sandstone from the McCormick Quarry. The design is typical of Gothic Revival architecture. Route 63 can be seen adjacent to the entrance.
Front view of Medina Village Hall. Made entirely of Medina Sandstone. Features Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. Photo take from across Route 63. Opposite from the Village Hall is the Diana Theatre. Part of the Historic Downtown area of Medina can be seen along Route 63.